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QuestionRegEx problem with Escape sequences Pin
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Marco Bertschi12-Feb-14 1:09
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Here you go:

SD-IDs are case-sensitive and uniquely identify the type and purpose
of the SD-ELEMENT. The same SD-ID MUST NOT exist more than once in a
message.

There are two formats for SD-ID names:

o Names that do not contain an at-sign ("@", ABNF %d64) are reserved
to be assigned by IETF Review as described in BCP26 [RFC5226].
Currently, these are the names defined in Section 7. Names of
this format are only valid if they are first registered with the
IANA. Registered names MUST NOT contain an at-sign ('@', ABNF
%d64), an equal-sign ('=', ABNF %d61), a closing brace (']', ABNF
%d93), a quote-character ('"', ABNF %d34), whitespace, or control
characters (ASCII code 127 and codes 32 or less).

o Anyone can define additional SD-IDs using names in the format
name@<private enterprise="" number="">, e.g., "ourSDID@32473". The
format of the part preceding the at-sign is not specified;
however, these names MUST be printable US-ASCII strings, and MUST
NOT contain an at-sign ('@', ABNF %d64), an equal-sign ('=', ABNF
%d61), a closing brace (']', ABNF %d93), a quote-character ('"',
ABNF %d34), whitespace, or control characters. The part following
the at-sign MUST be a private enterprise number as specified in
Section 7.2.2. Please note that throughout this document the
value of 32473 is used for all private enterprise numbers. This
value has been reserved by IANA to be used as an example number in
documentation. Implementors will need to use their own private
enterprise number for the enterpriseId parameter, and when
creating locally extensible SD-ID names.

Clean-up crew needed, grammar spill... - Nagy Vilmos

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